Entries close Friday January 25th 2013
NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED
Some Specials and Sponsorships are not in the schedule but will be in the catalogue and presented with show prize monies
Some Specials and Sponsorships are not in the schedule but will be in the catalogue and presented with show prize monies
SCHOOL ENTRIES MAY BE LEFT AT A&P SHOW GROUNDS OFFICE PRIOR TO CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS To be at Showgrounds by 9.30am Friday,
ready for judging at 10am.
Wine, Thursday by 10am, ready for judging at 10.30am.
All exhibits to be bona-fide making and baking of the exhibitor.
IF POSSIBLE PLEASE HAVE CLASS NUMBER AND EXHIBITOR NUMBER ATTACHED TO ENTRIES.
A rosette will be presented to the best exhibit in sections 43-60.
All entries close 25th January with Secretary.
No adult exhibitors pass issued unless entry fee $5 or more.
Entries to Section 43 will be accepted on or before Friday 9.30am, February 22nd
RAS medal to best exhibit over all sections
Entry fees: $1 per entry.
Prizes: 1st $2, 2nd $1.
Sponsored by Brydone Growers
Most points $20, 2nd MP $10, 3rd MP $10
550 Five Cherries
551 Three Plums
552 Selection of Nuts
553 Six Stalks Rhubarb
554 Three Tomatoes
555 Any fruit not listed
558 One Bunch Silver Beet
559 One Cabbage
560 One Lettuce
561 One Cauliflower
562 One Bunch Curled Parsley
563 Four Onions
564 Three Beet
565 Three Carrots
566 Heaviest Potato
567 Three Potatoes
568 Best Pumpkin
569 Bunch Radishes
570 Three runner beans
571 One Zucchini
572 One Bunch (6) Radishes
573 Best Pumpkin
574 Best 3 potatoes
575 Heaviest Potato
576 One Bunch (3) Carrots
577 Heaviest Carrot
Entry fees: $1 per entry.
Prizes: Except where otherwise stated 1st $3, 2nd $2, 3rd $1.
The Iris Harvey Challenge Cup has been donated to the Exhibitor gaining most points in Section 44 each year.
The late Mr D. H. Borne Perpetual Challenge Trophy to be held each year by the exhibitor gaining most points in Section 44, 45, 46 and 51.
Most Points $6, 2nd Most Points $3.
580 Dehydrated Fruit (6 pieces)
581 Dehydrated Vegetable (6 pieces)
582 Herbal Oil
583 Herbal Vinegar
584 1 Dozen Hen Eggs
585 1 Jar Peaches
586 1 Jar Pears
587 1 Jar Fruit Salad
588 1 Jar Preserved Apricots
589 1 Jar Lemon Honey
590 1 Jar Fruit Mince
591 1 Jar Marmalade Jam
592 1 Jar Raspberry Jam
593 1 Jar Apricot Jam
594 1 Jar Apple Jelly
595 1 Jar Beetroot
596 1 Jar Chow Pickle
597 1 Bottle Tomato Sauce
598 1 Bottle Black Sauce
599 1 Bottle Plum Sauce
600 1 Jar Home-made Muesli
601 1 Jar Chutney
602 1 Jar Relish
603 Any other jam not in schedule
604 Any other jelly not in schedule
605 1 Bottle Sauce not in schedule
Entry Fee: $1 per entry.
Prizes: 1st $3, 2nd $2, 3rd $1
Bean on Thames donates prizes for Most Points 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20.
The late Mr C.F. Wedge Challenge Cup for Most Points in Baking Section.
608 Ploughmans Sandwich.
609 Morning Tea Basket, to include 3 varieties.
610 One home-made brown loaf containing a reasonable amount oatbran.
611 Three Yeast Buns.
612 One Yeast Loaf
613 Three home-made Date Scones.
614 Three home-made Sugar Buns, Sultanas.
615 Three home-made Scones (Girdle).
616 Three home-made Scones (Oven).
617 Fruit and Nut Loaf,
618 Three Pikelets (not pancakes).
619 Three Bread Rolls - Plain.
620 1/4 Wedge Pizza, any topping.
621 1/4 Wedge Bacon and Egg Pie.
622 One White Loaf using breadmaker.
623 One Wholemeal Loaf using breadmaker.
624 150th Anniversary Pie - any filling - decorated
Entry Fee: $1 per entry.
Prizes: 1st $3, 2nd $2, 3rd $1. Prizes sponsored by Delectables.
Most Points section 46 sponsored by Peter Pan.
The Meek Memorial Challenge Bowl for the Exhibitor who gains the most points in Section 46.
630 Gift Basket - to include 6 items from Section 45 and 46.
631 Three Bran Muffins
632 Three Muffins, any variety, not iced.
633 One Banana Cake - uniced.
634 One Gingerbread loaf or Cake, plain.
635 One Light Fruit Cake, not iced.
636 One Dark Fruit Cake, not iced.
637 One Sponge Roll, length not less than 23cm.
638 Orange Cake, iced but not sandwich.
639 Coffee Cake, iced but not sandwich.
640 Plain Sponge Sandwich with jam filling, no cornflour.
641 One Gluten Free cake
642 One Madeira Cake.
643 One Carrot cake (ring tin) iced.
644 Chocolate Butter Sponge Sandwich, iced.
645 Chocolate Roll, ends uncut.
646 Chocolate Cake, iced but not sandwich.
647 Three Chocolate Eclairs, unfilled.
648 One Sandwich Sponge Cake, unfilled.
649 Novelty Iced Cake.
650 Iced Fruit Cake.
651 Mud cake
652 Collection of Fancy Biscuits, 3 varieties, 3 of each.
653 Three Cinnamon Oysters, creamed.
654 Three Cream Puffs - shells only.
655 Three Pieces of Shortbread.
656 Three plain biscuits (as they come out of the oven)
657 Three Belgian Biscuits.
658 Three Yo-yo's.
659 Chocolate Cake, microwave cooked.
660 Three Fruit Bran Muffins, microwave cooked.
661 Three small Christmas Mince Pies, shortcake pastry case.
662 Three Pieces uncooked Square - iced
663 Three Truffles
664 Three cupcakes - decorated
Open to members of Rural Women and CWI only Special prize to Branch earning most points in this section.
693 Selection of two Jams. Must include two of the named jams eg. Raspberry, Apricot, Marmalade.
694 Morning tea basket. Three pieces of three items
695 Sponge sandwich unfilled, un-iced.
696 Pavlova, any shape.
697 Knitted article suitable for a baby to be donated to Queen Mary Hospital
The Rural Women of N.Z. Inc sponsor a Baking Competition which is open to all children. There are two sections.
Senior: Year 7 and upwards. Junior: for children Year 6 and under.
All exhibits to be competitors own baking. Only one entry in each class is permitted.
Note: A plain biscuit is as it comes from the oven. Points: 4 for 1st, 3 for 2nd, 2 for 3rd, plus 1 point for each unplaced entry.
All baking to be completed by Thursday evening. Entries to be at Showgrounds by 9.30am for judging 10am Friday.
The Margaret Durwood Memorial Challenge Cup is presented to the Winner of Most Points in Junior Competition. A Challenge Cup presented by the late Mrs R. B. Meek for most points in Senior Competition. Special Prize of $5 donated both to Junior and Seniors for most points in all classes. Prizes: 1st $2, 2nd $1, 3rd $1 (in each class)
699 Healthiest Lunch Box (exhibitors name on bottom of box please).
700 Three Muffins
701 Three Pikelets
702 Three decorated cup cakes in paper cases
703 Three pieces uncooked Square - truffles or lolly cake
704 Three un-iced biscuits
705 Slice pizza - bought base allowed
706 Decorated pudding
Bays to be put up on Thursday, and not to be dismantled before 4.30pm Saturday. The late Mrs W Aubrey, Marchwood has donated a Silver Rosebowl for the competition between the Branches. The winning Branch holding the trophy for one year
Bays to be put up on Thursday morning and not to be dismantled before 4.00pm Saturday. The late Mr W Doig donated a Silver Cup which is to be held by the Institute gaining most points each year
Sponsored by The Homestead Caterers. Entry Fee: $1. Prizes: 1st $3, 2nd $2, 3rd $1. Articles to be at showgrounds office by Wednesday 8th February. (1) NOTE: Each exhibit must be the bona fide work of the Exhibitor, and Exhibits that have won a 1st prize at any previous North Otago A&P Show will be debarred from competition. EACH ENTRY must have name of Exhibitor and Class No. pinned to it.
719 Crocheted Article (cotton) 20-40 thread
720 Crocheted Article Wool
721 Hardanger Article
723 Child's Frock (not knitted or crocheted)
724 Babies Bib
725 Child's Pillowcase
726 Miniature Cross-stitch, not framed
727 Article in Long Stitch
728 Article in Assisi, Cross or Holbein Stitches
729 Article on Canvas Mesh
730 Article worked from a Graph or Kit
731 Article in Smocking
732 Embroidery, any media not already specified.
733 Toy, any media
734 Hand-knitted Cardigan or Pullover, any other wool or mohair not D.K. not Fair Isle. Please state type of material used
735 Hand-knitted Cardigan or Pullover, Double Knit wool not Fair Isle
736 Dressed Doll Knitted or crochet
737 Dressed Doll - material
738 Baby's Matinee Jacket (hand-knitted)
739 Baby's Knitted article (fine)
740 A Teddy Bear
741 A Wood worked article
742 Men's Hand craft - any media not already specified
743 Women's Hand craft - stitched or embroidered
744 Women's Hand craft - any media not already specified
747 Patchwork article
748 Patchwork Quilt or Wall Hanging
749 An handmade Card or Picture
752 Recycled Article
754 Novelty Article
755 Bead work
756 Page of Scrapbooking
(65 years old or over)
759 Article Knitted in wool
760 Any other article
North Otago Spinners & Weavers donate $10 Most Points North Otago A&P Assn donate $6 2nd Most Points, $4 3rd Most Points. South Canterbury Black and Coloured Sheep Breeders donate $10 for most artistic and creative article.
Entry Fee $1.00 per entry
764 A felting article to wear
765 A felting novelty article
766 Fine Handspun Knitted Scarf
767 Knee Rug - woven, crochet or handknitted from natural wool or using natural and chemical dyed homespun wool. Commercial yarn may be used in warp
768 Woven Scarf, can use commercial yarn.
769 Adult's Jersey or Cardigan - handspun and handknitted, natural or chemical dyed wool allowed
770 Child's Jersey or Cardigan - handspun and handknitted, natural or chemical dyed wool allowed
771 Waistcoat or sleeveless jacket
772 Any Article - not already specified made from handspun wool or any other handspun fibre using natural or chemical dye
773 Handspun Knitted Garment for Baby
774 A Skein of Handspun wool suitable for outdoor wear
775 A Skein of Mohair yarn
776 An Article in Mohair (articles to depict characteristics of Mohair)
777 Jersey or Cardigan in Mohair and Handspun woolmix (Mohair to be predominant)
778 A Skein of Alpaca
To be at Secretary's office Wednesday 8th February.
782 Stone Carving - not to exceed 30cm square
783 Art in Oil
784 Art in Water Colour
785 Art any media, charcoal, acrylic etc
786 Miniature Painting, under 10cm
787 Computer Art -A4 A4 size
788 Essay or Poem - original
One entry per class. Entry Fee $1, Entries to be staged by 9.30am Friday. Judging starts 10am Friday. Sponsored by Regent Florist
789 Aqua Jar design
790 Miniature not to exceed 10cm overall
791 Flowers for a Friend
792 Shoulder Spray
793 Turn of the Tide
794 A touch of country
795 Easter Arrangement
796 Design Using Artificial Materials
797 Flowers & Food
798 Foliage with Flair
799 Autumn Bounty
800 Still Life, not to exceed 50cm square.
801 Single Bloom Large, over 15cm, any cultivar, displayed in own container
802 Single Bloom Medium, up to 15cm, any cultivar, displayed in own container
803 Single Bloom Small, under 5cm, any cultivar, displayed in own container
804 Three Blooms, any cultivars, displayed in own container
805 Five Bloom or more, any cultivars, displayed in own container
806 Buttonhole, 9 years and under
807 Buttonhole, 10 years and over
808 Sand Saucer, 6 years and under
809 Sand Saucer, 7, 8, 9 years
810 Sand Saucer, 10 years and over
811 Flowers for a Friend
812 Arrangement in a jar
813 Aqua Jar design
814 Arrangement of flowers in an unusual container
815 Single Bloom, displayed in own container
816 Three or more Blooms, displayed in own container
817 Posy of Lavender
Free Entry. Prizes: 1st $2, 2nd $1. Two entries allowed per class. EXHIBITS TO BE HANDED IN AT THE SHOWGROUNDS OFFICE BY WEDNESDAY, 8th FEBRUARY. Goodsall family present a Challenge Cup to the winner of most points in Section:
818 Machine Sewn Garment
819 Patchwork item
821 Bead work
822 Wall Hanging - any media
825 Home-made Toy - made by exhibitor
826 Hand craft, any media
827 Friendship Bracelet
828 Painted Rock no larger than 15cm
Section 53 only: Entries close January 27th with the secretary, so as names can go in the catalogue. Exhibits for section 53 to be at Showgrounds office on or before 8th February. Child's name, age, school and A&P class number on all entries please.
829 Handwork Boys, 11 – 13 years
830 Handwork Girls, 11 – 13 years
831 Handwork 9 – 10 years
832 Bead work
833 A Toy, any media, under 9 years
834 A Toy, any media, 9 – 10 years
835 A Toy, any media, 11 – 13 years
836 A machine sewn garment
837 An Embroidered Article, 8 – 10 years
838 An Embroidered Article, 11 –13 years
839 Painted Rock no larger than 15cm, 9 – 10 years
840 Painted Rock no larger than 15cm, 11 – 13 years
841 Hand puppet
842 Friendship Bracelet, 5 – 8 years
843 Friendship Bracelet, 9 – 13 years
844 A favourite piece of pottery
Most points in childrens photography, sponsored by Fotographics
845 Photograph taken by child, under 11 years
846 Photograph taken by child, 11 – 12 years
847 Photograph taken by child, 13 – 18 years
School entries may be left at A & P office prior to Christmas holidays. N.B. All pictures not to exceed A3 page in size. Child's name, age, school and A&P class number on small card on front of artwork. (Names won't be in the catalogue but will be displayed on the front of artwork). All exhibits for section 54 to be at showgrounds office by 16th February.
848 Picture, any media, under 5 years
849 Picture, any media, 5 years
850 Picture, any media, 6 years
851 Picture, any media, 7 years
852 Decorated card (folded A4) under 5 years
853 Decorated card (folded A4) 5 – 7 years
854 Collage, under 5 years
855 Collage, 5 years
856 Collage, 6 years
857 Collage, 7 years
858 Picture, any media, 8 – 9 years
859 Collage, 8 – 9 years
860 Drawing, 8 – 9 years
861 Landscape, 9 years & under
862 Picture, any media, 10 – 12 years
863 Collage, 10 – 12 years
864 Drawing, 10 – 12 years
865 Landscape, 10 – 12 years
866 Picture, any media, 13 – 14 years
867 Drawing, 13 – 14 years
868 Landscape, 13 – 14 years
869 Drawing of TV Character
870 Lino prints, primary school children
871 Other prints (cardboard, potato etc)
872 Foil picture – primary school
873 Poster advertising A&P show, 6 years & under
874 Poster advertising A&P show 7 – 8 years
875 Poster advertising A&P show 9 – 10 years
876 Poster advertising A&P show 11 – 12 years
877 A mask - 7 years & under
878 A mask - 8 years & over
879 Book mark - 7 years & under
880 Book mark - 8, 9, 10 years
881 Book mark - 11 years & over
882 One page of stamps with a theme eg. animals, flowers, trains - under 9 years
882 One page of stamps with a theme eg. animals, flowers, trains - 9 years & over
Child's name, age, school and A&P class number on small card on front of exhibit. (Names won't be in the catalogue but will be displayed on the front of exhibits). Free Entry. Prizes 1st $2, 2nd $1. All exhibits for section 54a to be in the showgrounds office by 16th February.
885 10 lines of prose (own choice) 6 – 7 years
886 10 lines of prose (own choice) 8 years
887 15 lines of prose (own choice) 9 years
888 15 lines of prose (own choice) 10 years
889 20 lines of prose (own choice) 11 – 13 years
890 Poem, 7 years
891 Poem 8 & 9 years
892 Poem 10 & 11 years
893 Poem 12 & 13 years
The late Mrs John Trotter Challenge Cup for the best essay
896 An Essay – not more than 400 words entitled "A&P Show 150
years" 1st $5, 2nd $3, 3rd $2.
897 Short Story – not more than 150 words, 7 & 8 years
898 Short Story – not more than 150 words, 9 & 10 years
899 Short Story – not more than 150 words, 11 yrs & over
Size up to A4, black & white or colour
900 Junior children, 5 & 6 years, may do clipart
901 Junior children, 7 & 8 years, may do clipart
902 Junior children, 5 & 6 years, no software clipart
903 Junior children, 7 & 8 years, no software clipart
904 Junior children, 9 & 10 years, no software clipart
905 Senior children, 11 years & over, no software clipart
Free entry. Entries close 11th February. Exhibits to be at the show grounds for judging 9.30am Friday 22nd February
906 Decorated Pine Cone - under 5 years
907 Decorated Pine Cone – 5 to 7 years
908 Decorated Pine Cone – 8 & 9 years
909 Decorated Pine Cone – 10 years & over
910 Decorated 1 litre milk container under 7 years
911 Painted or decorated hard boiled egg, under 7 years
912 Decorated 1 litre milk container, 8 & 9 years
913 Painted or decorated hard boiled egg, 8 & 9 years
914 Decorated 1 litre milk container, 10 years & over
915 Painted or decorated hard boiled egg, 10 years & over
916 Best decorated child's gumboot, under 5 years
917 Best decorated child's gumboot, 5 to 7 years
918 Best decorated child's gumboot, 8 & 9 years
919 Best decorated child's gumboot, 10 years & over
920 Stone carving – not to exceed 30cm – under 9 years
921 Stone carving – not to exceed 30cm – 9 years & over
922 Creepy Critter – made from recycled materials max. size 450cm – under 7 yrs
923 Creepy Critter – made from recycled materials max. size 450cm – 8 & 9 years
924 Creepy Critter – made from recycled materials max. size 450cm – 10 yrs & over
925 Model of Favourite TV character, any media 7 years & under
926 Model of Favourite TV character, any media 8 years & over
927 Mosaic, 7 years & under
928 Mosaic, 8 years & over
929 A hobby collection on a tray, 7 years & under
930 A hobby collection on a tray, 8 years & over
To be at the show grounds 9.30am for judging 10am Friday. No batteries or electrical devices to be fitted. Entries close: 27th January. Please put models on a solid base not larger than 40cm for easier handling. Entrants will be issued with tickets that must be presented to collect models. Free Entry
931 Model, not kitset
932 Kitset model
933 Steel Meccano 9 years & under
934 Steel Meccanno 10 years & over
935 Plastic model, Lego, Torro, Tyco, Kennex etc, 9 years and under
936 Plastic model, Lego, Torro, Tyco, Kennex etc, 10 years and over
937 Model Plane - not kitset
938 Fruit & Vegetable Model, small, 7 years & under
939 Fruit & Vegetable Model, small, 8 & 9 years
940 Fruit & Vegetable Model, small, 10 years & over
941 Necklace, using items from the kitchen, under 8 years
942 Necklace, using items from the kitchen, 9 years and over
Photographs to be in Secretary's office by Wednesday 9th February. Photographs to be no larger than 150mm x 102mm, not mounted. Rosette will be presented for Best Exhibit in this section. One entry per class. Entry fees: $1. Prizes: 1st $3, 2nd $2, 3rd $1. Arthur Turvey Trophy for best exhibit & $20.00 Most Points $5, 2nd Most Points $3
943 Novice - For those who haven't won first prize at an A&P Show
944 Water Scene
945 Night Scene
946 Sport or Recreation
947 Rural Study
948 Still Life (No formal flower arrangement)
949 Animal or Bird Study
950 Flower Study
951 Child Study
954 Black and White Open
955 New Life
956 Snow Scene
958 Christmas Occasion
959 Character Study
960 Photo Manipulation
961 Garden Scene
963 Photo taken at A&P Show
See also Section 53, Classes 850, 851, 852
Entries close 24th January. Entry Fees $1. Prizes 1st $5, 2nd $2, Sponsored by Smash Palace. NOTE: All entries at Showgrounds by Thursday 24th February 10am ready for judging at 10.30am.
Maximum of two entries per competitor per class provided each bottle contains a different wine. Bottles for still wines shall be of clear glass approximately 750mls capacity with rounded shoulders, not sloping, straight necked and without screw type bottle tops (Sauterne Type). Sparkling wines to be in punted bottles with closures adequately tied down. Each bottle to be fitted with a flanged cork with no brand names. One sticky label approx 75mm x 25mm stating main ingredient and year made. This is the only label to be stuck to the bottle. A Swing Label (luggage type label with string loop) to be hung on bottle with Class No., Main Ingredient, Year Made, Dry or Sweet and Competitor's Name. Wine Steward shall have sole rights to refuse any bottle that is wrongly presented for showing.
964 Berry Fruits, Dry
965 Berry Fruit, Sweet
966 Grape, Dry
967 Grape, Sweet
968 Fruit, White, Dry
969 Fruit, White, Sweet
970 Fruit, Red, Dry
971 Fruit, Red, Sweet
972 Vegetable, Dry
973 Vegetable, Sweet
974 Any other ingredient, not specified, Dry
975 Any other ingredient, not specified, Sweet
976 Sparkling Wine
980 Cider, still, dry
981 Cider, still, sweet
982 Cider sparkling, dry
983 Cider sparkling sweet